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Graham comes into contention

Last Updated: Mon, 11 Nov 2013 15:47

Rochdale striker Graham Cummins will return to contention for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie at Chesterfield.

Cummins, on-loan from Preston, was not given permission to play by his parent club in the weekend FA Cup win at Torquay.

Manager Keith Hill, still without skipper Peter Cavanagh (Achilles), has no new injury or suspension concerns, but has promised to make changes again as Dale do battle on three fronts.

"It took me most of last week to get to where I wanted to get to for Saturday," Hill told the club's official website. "I picked two sides last week in pursuit of the Torquay game and the Chesterfield game and bearing in mind the Morecambe game on Saturday."

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